Water, water ... nowhere?

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Water, water ... nowhere?

Arts Center exhibit laments the state of ‘Water in the West’
Veryl Goodnight brought the history of water in the west to life Saturday night with “The Great American West – from Drought to Deluge.” The Mancos artist’s lecture was one of several special events that will accompany the “Water in the West” exhibit at Durango Arts Center.
“Tree Rings” is a found objects piece created by Durango Arts Center’s Education Coordinator Sandra Butlerfor “Water in the West.”
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The Durango Arts Center’s 2012 Members’ Exhibit “Water in the West” through Sept. 15 in the Barbara Conrad Gallery, 802 East Second Ave. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Special events planned to coincide with the

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Veryl Goodnight brought the history of water in the west to life Saturday night with “The Great American West – from Drought to Deluge.” The Mancos artist’s lecture was one of several special events that will accompany the “Water in the West” exhibit at Durango Arts Center.
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“Tree Rings” is a found objects piece created by Durango Arts Center’s Education Coordinator Sandra Butlerfor “Water in the West.”
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